Online Poker Omaha Promo Introduced by ACR: Gus Hansen Returns!

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Nov/29/2017

Americas Cardroom is experiencing unprecedented success throughout 2017 and is set to finish the year among the top 5 most trafficked online poker rooms in the world.  Now comes word they will close out the year with a promo geared towards Omaha players.

From Thursday (December 7th) will provide players the chance to claim a no deposit bonus of $1,100, play games of PLO Jackpot Sit & Go Poker with prize pools up to $150,000, and get involved in extra PLO tournaments culminating in a $50,000 guaranteed “Sunday Special” scheduled for 17th December.

This MO MO MO PLO promotion will continue for 11 days. If you play at Americas Cardroom, you will be invited to play at the Network´s Pot Limit Omaha cash tables between the Happy Hours of 6am to 8am and 10pm to 12am (all times ET). For each one hundred hands you are dealt into, you will be credited with a $10.00 bonus – even if you fold every hand.

You can collect up to $100 in bonus credits each day for a maximum no deposit bonus of $1,100. Then, on the Monday following the end of the promotion, you have to log into your account and claim your bonus. As soon as it is credited to your account, you have 60 days to clear your no deposit bonus at the standard bonus clearance rate of 27.50 Points per dollar.

Missing High Stakes Pro Is BACK! $132,000 WSOP One Drop - Online high stakes legend Gus Hansen is back in the spotlight. This time he's taking on the world's toughest players in the $132,000 buy-in WSOP Europe One Drop. This time he's up against Manig Loeser, yet another young German on the no limit hold'em tournament circuit. He seems wise to Gus's aggressive reputation, but should he really be looking up the Great Dane in this spot?

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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